weld zone

weld zone

[′weld ‚zōn]
(metallurgy)
The region of a weld that includes both the weld metal and the heat-affected zone.
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However, the weldability of these steels has been an ongoing concern due to the high amounts of carbon and other austenite stabilizers, which can produce hard microstructures in the weld zone since high cooling rates are experienced in RSW.
Cross-section micro-structure photographs of weld zone are shown in the Figs 2 and 3.
Detail modeling of weld zone account local effect in this region.
17, the first tests on irradiated material were performed at ORNL with a laser welding technique (see video below) that uses a primary laser to weld and secondary beams to reduce tensile stresses near the weld zone (a patent application has been submitted).
In friction stir welding section, unlike weld zone by conventional fusion welding, considerable compressive residual stress is built at TMAZ, and some of compressive residual stress and fine tension residual stress are formed in the surface area and the center area of SZ, respectively.
Microstructure samples were machined with 10 mm x 10 mm x 5 mm, which ensured that the specimen contained base metal (BM), heat affected zone (HAZ), and weld zone (WZ).
The amount of plasticized material and continuous material flow behavior play a fundamental role to obtain the defect-free weld zone [32].
This results in frictional heating of the part surfaces that causes the polymers in each part to melt in a narrow zone near the surface--the weld zone. When the parts are sufficiently heated, the vibration stops and the parts are held together in the tooling for a brief period until the weld zone cools and solidifies.
iQ Servo welder graphs showed the part was acting like a spring because of a hollow area under the weld zone and was collapsing faster than the horn movement, resulting in inconsistent and leaking welds.
From microscopic examination of the weld zone and the mechanical property test results, it is concluded that the best bonding is acquired with screw pitched taper stir pin.
When the frequency of the vibrating tool was at 22 Hz the heat generated during the process was more and the melted PP/C30B/EA nanocomposite material gets expelled from the weld zone. In other words at high frequency of the vibrating tool the melted PP/C30B/EA nanocomposite material does not have enough time to mix again which resulted in poor tensile strength and impact strength.
No matter how high the user increases the pressure in order to deliver more gas flow, PurgeGate prevents too much pressure being delivered to the inflatable dams, but allows the increased flow, should it be required, to achieve a lower oxygen level, or for faster cooling of the weld zone.